Mlais PRO is an 8-core MT6592 Galaxy Note 3 Clone


Last month a leaked photo of an 8-core equipped Mlais PCB hit the headlines, today we know what it will be living inside the Mlais Pro MT6589 Galaxy Note 3 clone!

We don’t know what it is about the Note 3 but the Samsung phablet has quickly become one of the most popular phones to adapt in to a clone by Chinese phone manufacturers. Mlais, not really known as a Shanzhai (clone) maker have even created their new flagship device around the Korean design!

Whatever time Mlais saved on design the Mlais Pro has been spent filling the specification list like an excited child in preparation for Christmas. The display is a 5.7-inch 1920 x 1090 IPS,OGS panel, an 8-core Mediatek MT6592 processor plus 2GB RAM and 32GB memory live inside, along with NFC, dual-SIM, and 3000mAh battery plus there is a 13 mega-pixel sensor on the rear. Mlais have also created their own Android ROM for the phone named Mlais OS1.0!

Pricing hasn’t been announced, but there will also be a more affordable quad-core MT6589T version on sale called the Mlais MX69.

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24 Comments

  1. kleautzak
    October 28, 2013

    Andi why u don’t start a webshop full of these kind of phones?
    You can make a lot of money cauz you live in China.
    Besides that, most resellers aks a lot of money even over 50% of price in China.
    I wish you all the best 🙂

    • October 28, 2013

      Hi, sorry this is something we have thought about but just don’t have the time to do 🙁

  2. October 28, 2013

    I wholly second this idea of a web shop run by Andy i would totally prefer buy from this..rather than arbitrary predatory pricing of the chinese web sites shipping abroad.Andy this is a field ready to be filled !

  3. October 29, 2013

    I second the idea too 110%. Andi, if you dont have the time, get someone else to manage the shop and report back to you while you focus on GizChina websites and blogs.

    What do you say Andi?

  4. Guest
    October 29, 2013

    Andi why u don’t start a webshop full of these kind of phones?
    You can make a lot of money cauz you live in China.
    Besides that, most resellers aks a lot of money even over 50% of price in China.
    I wish you all the best 🙂

    • Guest
      October 29, 2013

      Hi, sorry this is something we have thought about but just don’t have the time to do 🙁

  5. October 29, 2013

    Same here, I would rather buy a chinese phone here than an international reseller that I don’t know.

  6. Guest
    October 29, 2013

    I wholly second this idea of a web shop run by Andy i would totally prefer buy from this..rather than arbitrary predatory pricing of the chinese web sites shipping abroad.Andy this is a field ready to be filled !

  7. Airyl
    October 29, 2013

    I don’t think I would like a Gizchina web shop, for several reasons. First, it might tarnish all of what made Gizchina reviews great. The honesty of it all. Just imagine if you were selling something, of course you would market it as a great product regardless of how good it is. Second, if anything got lost in post, Andi would be labeled as a lier and a scammer, and we all know that isn’t true. He would also be unable to manage Gizchina.com properly.

    • Pietro
      December 26, 2013

      Yes. For the same reasons, could be better reduce the ‘article’ that inform people on products that don’t exist in the real world.

  8. Guest
    October 29, 2013

    I second the idea too 110%. Andi, if you dont have the time, get someone else to manage the shop and report back to you while you focus on GizChina websites and blogs.

    What do you say Andi?

  9. Guest
    October 29, 2013

    Same here, I would rather buy a chinese phone here than an international reseller that I don’t know.

  10. Guest
    October 29, 2013

    I don’t think I would like a Gizchina web shop, for several reasons. First, it might tarnish all of what made Gizchina reviews great. The honesty of it all. Just imagine if you were selling something, of course you would market it as a great product regardless of how good it is. Second, if anything got lost in post, Andi would be labeled as a lier and a scammer, and we all know that isn’t true. He would also be unable to manage Gizchina.com properly.

    • Pietro
      December 26, 2013

      Yes. For the same reasons, could be better reduce the ‘article’ that inform people on products that don’t exist in the real world.

  11. Nicole
    October 30, 2013

    Hi Andi

    I am new on this site….i really want to buy some nice china phone… but there are many website that it seems you couldnt trust… how about this mobile clone seen on the picture.. where i can buy this one. thank you and your reply will be appreciated

  12. Guest
    October 31, 2013

    Hi Andi

    I am new on this site….i really want to buy some nice china phone… but there are many website that it seems you couldnt trust… how about this mobile clone seen on the picture.. where i can buy this one. thank you and your reply will be appreciated

  13. PippoBaudo
    December 26, 2013

    Gizchina could control th REAL AVAILABILITY of products. It’s not usefull read about a certain smartphone if smartphone are not available! Mlais mx69 pro (bla bla bla starting in october…) don’t exist in real stock!

  14. PippoBaudo
    December 26, 2013

    Gizchina could control th REAL AVAILABILITY of products. It’s not usefull read about a certain smartphone if smartphone are not available! Mlais mx69 pro (bla bla bla starting in october…) don’t exist in real stock!